Hotel Rosa Morada

Address: Tlaquepaque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tlaquepaque

Cats and Donkeys, Port and Tellenovellas

A travel blog entry by outram on May 27, 2013

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Paulīs version: Got a bus from Veracruz to a small fishing port on the Gulf of Mexico, Alvarado. We headed for the port, climbing the hill towards the Ocean in heat and humidity approaching 90 (in all units). No matter how far up the hill we climbed we found no Ocean up there. Something seemed wrong so we stopped a man on a tricycle with a big white cooler and asked him where the water was, ...

Our Day with Ana and Phil in Tlaquepaque, MX

A travel blog entry by forsterb on May 18, 2012

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... pieces available at reasonable, but yet close to the NOB pricings. We've been told that the next little community Tonala is where all this stuff comes from - but at prices even cheaper than Tlaquepaque (pronounced Te-la-ka-pok-eh) so this may be slated for our return trip whenever.

We stopped around noon for lunch at one of the local restaurants and were treated to a Tamarine Margaritas with the glass rimmed in ...

Art in Tlaquepaque

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Nov 29, 2011

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We did a lot of walking around the village of Tlaquepaque, checking out art stores and several of the workshops including touring a well-known potter's studio (Paco Padilla). Chris also visited a few of Guad.'s museums on Tuesday which is the day that you can visit the museums for free. Here are the a few of the photos that we ...

Our first stop - Tlaquepaque

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Nov 24, 2011

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... talented and it would be great if his troupe had even more exposure outside of Mexico. What a wonderful way to spend a Spanish lesson.

The rest of our time in Tlaquepaque was spent in lessons and walking about the town. It is a delightful part of Guad. and we were happy that we made the decision to stay there for a bit. Our Spanish has come back nicely, and soon we will head off to Ajijic.

warm weather old buildings church bells Ave ...

Art and great food abound.

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 03, 2010

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Another reason to visit is the mile/1.5 km pedestrian walkway lined with fabulous galleries. We spent several hours admiring the artwork from handcrafted leather bags to unique pottery and metalwork.